Power & Influence Summer 2016

Commons Uncorked: think you’re buying Canadian wine? Better read the fine print

Small vintners and an MP want to decant the ‘Cellared in Canada’ issue, a 30-year-old trade rule that’s causing confusion in liquor stores.

Michelle Rempel, a Calgary-based Conservative MP and certified sommelier, wrote a letter to the House of Commons’ agriculture committee requesting a Parliamentary review of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Guidelines on country of origin content labelling for Canadian wine. P&I Photograph by Jake Wright


PUBLISHED : Monday, July 11, 2016 12:00 AM

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